Numerical Technologies, Inc., the leader in subwavelength design-to-manufacturing technology, today announced that John P. Traub has joined the company as vice president of worldwide sales.Mr. Traub
has a 28-year history of successfully leading companies in the semiconductor industry during high-growth phases.
brings a successful track record of developing business all over the world for emerging companies in the semiconductor industry," said Y.C. (Buno) Pati, Numerical president and CEO."His
experience will be invaluable as we expand to meet the rapidly growing worldwide demand for our subwavelength technology solutions."Before coming to Numerical, Mr. Traub was vice president of worldwide sales for Ultratech Stepper, Inc., where he was responsible for the design and execution of sales strategies in the U.S., Europe, Japan and Asia.Prior to Ultratech Stepper, he was president and CEO of Cyberspace Inc., a technology consulting company he founded.
At Cyberspace Mr. Traub directed a strategic semiconductor initiative team and created a comprehensive business plan for a client company to increase sales from $24M to $200M in five years.For eight years Mr. Traub was chairman, president and CEO of Systems Chemistry Inc., a manufacturer of ultra-high purity chemical systems, where he increased sales more than 40x and completed a merger and subsequent sale of the company to BOC Edwards.Before that, he was founder and managing director of Align-Rite Ltd. in Wales, where he successfully expanded the U.S. company's business into the European market. Mr. Traub is a member of Santa Clara University's Board of Fellows, is a director of the American Musical Theatre of San Jose, and serves on the advisory boards of three Silicon Valley technology companies.
About NumericalNumerical Technologies Inc
. develops and markets software applications and services that enable integrated circuit designers and manufacturers to produce ICs with subwavelength feature sizes (i.e. below the wavelength of the DUV optical light sources used in steppers to transfer designs onto silicon wafers).Numerical's
products and services provide a critical link between IC design and manufacturing for the world's leading microprocessor companies and semiconductor foundries.Leading silicon manufacturers, including Lucent, Motorola
, and VLSI Technology
, have integrated Numerical's N-Abled process in their design-to-manufacturing flow.